Mario Ceresa mrceresa at fedoraproject.org
Tue Oct 25 08:23:25 UTC 2011

Francois: you should already be able to use yubikey for FAS, bodhi and
ssh. You don't need the yubikey prompt: just put your username, go to
the password field and then press the key's button.



On 25 October 2011 10:13, François Kooman <fkooman at tuxed.net> wrote:
> On 10/24/11 3:34 PM, Paul Wouters wrote:
>> Yes, even using the latest rawhide versions of the yubikey related packages to
>> work around the libusb issues.
> My problem was, maybe I'm just stupid, that I assumed that a successful
> test of the Yubikey in the FAS web interface would enable Yubikey
> authentication.
> This is not true, you have to manually enable the Yubikey functionality
> first (by clicking edit, Active: enabled, filling in the prefix (press
> the button on yubikey to automatically do that) before being able to
> test the Yubikey (Test Auth).
> Now if only I could use the Yubikey to login to FAS, Bodhi or SSH (non
> of them ask for yubi auth)...
> Regards,
> François
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